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The Bride M.
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Shiel -He shall not see the rivers, the floods, the brooks of honey and butter---Job. They met at Krupp and Mason’s, musical-instrument-makers, of Little Britain, E.C., where Walter had been employed two years, and then came Annie to typewrite, and be serviceable. They began to -go out- together after six o’clock; and when Mrs. Evans, Annie’s mamma, lost her lodger, Annie mentioned it, and Walter went to live with them at No.
13 Culford Road, N.; by which time Annie and Walter might almost be said to have been engaged.
His salary, however, was only thirty shillings a week. He was the thorough Cockney, Walter; a well-set-up person of thirty, strong-shouldered, with a square brow, a moustache, and black acnespecks in his nose and pale face. It was on the night of his arrival at No.
13, that he for the first time saw R...





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